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Wellington Airport 'back to normal' after clearing backlog of fog-stranded passengers
The dense cloak of fog blanketing Wellington Airport has lifted, and the airport expects†to be "back to normal" on Friday after clearing the backlog of stranded passengers. 
© 2017 10:55pm 

Budding pro Alex Hunt sweeps through first round of Wellington Tennis Open
There were no major upsets on day one of the Wellington Tennis Open, with seeded players all given a bye through the first round. 
© 2017 9:15pm 

Canterbury's clash against Wellington in the balance as they look to secure Plunket Shield
Canterbury will be hoping Central Districts can do them a favour as they look to wrap up the Plunket Shield. 
© 2017 7:35pm 

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Boy hit on Wellington pedestrian crossing that council knew was dangerous
A Wellington father is demanding answers after his 11-year-old son was knocked down by a car on a pedestrian crossing that the city council knew to be dangerous. 
© 2017 6:45pm 

Early Goldie portrait of mystery Maori man expected to fetch $400,000 at auction
One of Kiwi artist Charles Frederick Goldie's first Maori portraits is expected to fetch $400,000 when it is auctioned in Wellington next week.The large oil painting, Tamehana , is to be auctioned at Dunbar Sloane on Wednesday.Director... 
© 2017 NZ Herald 6:05pm 

'No discussions' for Phoenix coaches and senior man Vince Lia as uncertainty continues
The silence is deafening for foundation Wellington Phoenix midfielder Vince Lia. 
© 2017 5:05pm 

Wellington police seek public's help after burglaries and thefts from vehicles
Wellington police are appealing to the public for help identifying a man†after a string of burglaries and thefts from cars around the city. 
© 2017 4:15pm 

Clearing passenger backlog continues at fog-affected Wellington Airport
The dense cloak of fog blanketing Wellington Airport has lifted, but airlines are still scrambling†to get weary passengers to their destinations. 
© 2017 4:15pm 

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Terminal anger: 'We will have been here 30 hours'
The fog is slowly starting to lift in Wellington, and tired travellers who slept rough in the terminal while "rap music" played at 3am are starting to move on. 
© 2017 RadioNZ 3:06pm 

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No upsets in first round of Wellington Open
There were no major upsets on day one of play at the Maxim Financial Wellington Tennis Open with seeded players all given a bye through the first round.Winners of note included Amrit Rai, the older brother of New Zealands top... 
© 2017 NZ Herald 10:35pm 

Wellington Town Hall quake strengthening and restoration to hit $90m
The deal is finally done and Wellington's Town Hall†looks set to reopen in June 2021, but its restoration†is now going to cost ratepayers an extra $30 million. 
© 2017 9:15pm 

Wellington search for back-to-back titles
The Stirling Sports Premiership trophy ventured outside of the countryís largest city for the first time last year and Team Wellington are aiming to keep it that way when they take on Auckland City in this seasonís Grand Final on Sunday. 
© 2017 6:56pm 

The fog that caused chaos for hundreds of travellers at Wellington Airport
What the fog was going on with all this travel chaos†then? 
© 2017 6:45pm 

Cuba St cartel steps in to save Wellington station Radio Active
Radio Active - the station that helped foster Wellington talent such as Fat Freddy's Drop and broadcaster John Campbell - has been handed a last minute lifeline. 
© 2017 5:05pm 

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Sale day approaches for condemned half-million dollar home
It's less than 24 hours until an uninhabitable Wellington house is sold, for an expected minimum price of half a million. The Mt Cook house is so rundown that interested buyers aren't even allowed inside it, after the council deemed... 
© 2017 NZ Herald 4:35pm 

Wellington's Paramount Theatre picture palace to close after 100th anniversary
Wellington's oldest cinema ‚?? The Paramount on Courtenay Place ‚?? will celebrate its centenary before it closes its doors. 
© 2017 3:26pm 

Windy city? Fog-et it
The type of fog that has caused Wellington's flight chaos can be expected about six times a year, a meteorologist says. 
© 2017 RadioNZ 3:06pm 

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